Exporting Keynote Slides to Imovie

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    I need to make training video's and a friend told me to use IMovie. I have been using it but now I would like to export keynote slides into iMovie to help with my presentations. Is their a way to do this all on the IPad 3?
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    Hi,

    You can export keynote slides into PDF, keynote and ppt format. Either via iTunes, mail or WebDAV.
    I think that iMovie will only use videos or images from camera roll. (and audio of course)
    One way could be: Screenshots from your presentation slides and importing/using them in iMovie.
    All this on the iPad.

    But I do not know whether this is the best way to do a training video.

    Knut
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    I just became a forum member so it may be too late for you to use my input about your post last May. You can create your video directly from Keynote on a Mac (I don't know about iPad because I don't have one.) Simply record your presentation, including any sounds you may have added, by going to Play>Record slideshow. You could do a voiceover while recording your slideshow. It will save as a .mov file, which should play on the iPad (again, I don't know myself.) Alternatively, if that doesn't play on your iPad, there is screen capture software called SnapzPro (about $60) that will record your Keynote slideshow, including a voiceover, and save it as a .mov file. You could then change this file type to another file type, using a free download, that would be accepted by iPad. I have found the .mov file created by Keynote has other scripting in it that doesn't convert well but the SnapsPro .mov file is clean.

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